Wrong answer in TET to be rectified

Health Minister Ramesh Kumar on Wednesday told the council that mistake in the question papers in the Teacher’s Eligibility Test (TET) held in January this year will be rectified.

Replying to JD(S) member Ramesh Babu in the council, he said the TET examination was conducted on January 15. The key answer for a question regarding the name of the first chairman of Backward Classes Commission was wrong.

Many candidates lost one mark even though they answered the question correctly. A candidate who had answered the question correctly lost the teacher’s job just by one mark. Justice should be done to such candidates, he added. The minister admitted that it was an error and assured the House that the mistake will be rectified.

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